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Hulk Hogan's final wrestling match was supposed to be a blowout against John Cena.
TMZ reports that's the reason the Hulkster is suing the Laser Spine Institute of Florida for $50 million due to losing a "phase out contract" that would have culminated in a Hogan-Cena dream match.
Hogan's lawsuit claims that the doctors tricked him into undergoing several unnecessary surgeries in 2009 -- and the match with Cena never took place.
Not sure how a Hogan-Cena match would have taken place since Hogan joined TNA in 2009 and his back surgeries took place in 2010. Plus, Hogan has worked matches since undergoing the procedures (his last match I believe was a six-man tag team match on January 26, 2012, in Nottingham, England).
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As noted earlier, Hulk Hogan is suing Laser Spine Institute for $50 million, alleging that the procedure the performed on his injured back in 2009 caused long-term damage.
TMZ published an article with more details on the suit, which include that Hogan is basing his $50 million lawsuit on missing a payday for a match against WWE’s John Cena.
According to Hogan’s attorneys,...
Hulk claims he was supposed to wrestle John Cena at Wrestlemania:
As part of his recent $50 million lawsuit against the clinic that did his back surgery, Hulk Hogan claims that their allegedly shoddy work prevented him from wrestling John Cena at Wrestlemania 25.
Hulk doesn’t explain why he’s suing for $50 million in the lawsuit — but Hulk’s legal team (headed...
As noted before, current plans for this year’s WrestleMania 29 event call for The Rock to defend the WWE championship title against John Cena.
WWEDVDNews.com received promotional material for the DVD/Blu-ray for Royal Rumble 2013 that may confirm that earlier report. The information on the package clearly informs us that The Rock will face John Cena for the WWE title at WrestleMania...
TMZ reports that Hulk Hogan claims he lost out on a match with John Cena thanks to being tricked into having multiple back surgeries in 2009 that were useless and hurt his career.
Hogan filed a $50 million lawsuit against the Laser Spine Institute of Florida. While he didn’t explain why he’s suing for that amount of money, his legal team says it’s because of a “phase out...
Despite interference from Big E. Langston and AJ Lee, John Cena overcame the odds to defeat Dolph Ziggler in a steel cage match on Raw.
Cena's role as Superman continued on the Road to WrestleMania, which seems like a theme that won't be going away anytime soon.
- John Cena commented on tonight's 20th anniversary of Raw on Twitter, writing, "20th anniversary of #RAW @WWE @WWEUniverse @TheRock @espn @sportscenter rest up @NFL and tune into a historic night!! 8pm est on USA!"
- Dolph Ziggler appears to be making a habit of insulting The Rock on Twitter. Here are some Tweets he posted earlier Monday morning directed towards The...
- With WWE in Austin, Texas this weekend, ESPN’s Longhorn Network caught up with John Cena working out in the same gym as the Texas football team. Here is video:- The Miz will be appearing at the Wizard World Portland Comic Con from the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon on February 22nd at 5pm.- The theme song for WWE’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view is “Champion” by...
Several WWE talent members posted Tweets today hyping tonight’s RAW:
CM Punk: I’ll be rasslin’ tonight. Because that’s what I am. A rassler
Jim Ross: Happy to wake up another day. Grateful to be in Houston for #RAW20 tonight. Should be a memorable show! @TheRock, etc. I need more followers
Zack Ryder: I remember watching the very first Monday Night Raw…hopefully tonight...
According to PWInsider.com, current WWE Divas Champion Eve Torres will be leaving the company.
It appears that her departure is imminent and she will be dropping the title tonight on Raw.
REAL Reason Eve is Leaving WWE….
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WWE developmental talent TAC (Brandon Carter) was released on Friday.
Carter was a former offensive tackle for Texas Tech University who came into development as a long-time wrestling fan.
Carter previously used Twitter for several outbursts a few months ago and said he wasn’t afraid of being fired, unlike the other people “playing it safe”.